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Old 20th June 2008, 01:44   #1
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Default Samsung Pushes Out 500 GB Notebook Drives

Samsung has been promising to bring standard 9.5mm-height 2.5-inch hard drives to market for a while now, teasing storage-hungry notebook owners. Now, the company is making good on its claims, announcing that its 500 GB Spinpoint M6 drives have entered mass production and are currently shipping. Samsung also took the opportunity to announce the Spinpoint M2, a 250 GB hard drive spinning at 7,200 rpm for high-performance applications.

"The Spinpoint M6 is ideal for notebook power users who require vast amounts of storage space for their data, video and music files," said Samsung Semiconductor's director of storage Hubbert Smith, in a statement. "The MP2 has speed, features and capacity similar to a 3.5-inch hard drive and is perfect for users who require a smaller form factor with advanced data storage needs."
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